Monday, June 17, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

Assimilating Afrobeat: From Fela To Wizkid

Use the rewind button a few times to, say, two decades back in Nigerian music. The trick then was to sound like American pop...
Praxis arts and literature magazine

Writing Africa for Africa, Celebrating Beyond

Writing Africa for Africa, Celebrating Beyond by ADETUTU, Olusola Joseph London Continually debatable discussions of what “African Literature” refers to permeate, to the detriment of more...

Chinua Achebe: “Why an Association”

On the 27th day of June 1981, at the scenic academic haven of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, with Ngugi wa Thiong'o as observer,...

Some Books do Have Them: On the 2016 Etisalat Prize ceremony...

Some Books do Have Them: On the 2016 Etisalat Prize ceremony and the first few pages of Tram 83 By Oris Aigbokhaevbolo At the 2016 Etisalat...

“Stories And The Illiterates Amongst Us” by Samuel Okopi

Stories And The Illiterates Amongst Us by Samuel Okopi   It has been fairly established worldwide that education is a right and not a privilege. Literacy, a...

Will the other Nollywood genres please stand up

A lot of the time, you hear people say “I don’t watch Nollywood films…” and then they list a variety of reasons, most of...

2016 Writivism Creative Writing Workshops

IMPORTANT: Get published here! The 2015 Writivism Festival was as successful as it was exciting. The festival was preceded with workshops held on various dates...

The Great Sam Raimi

By C. J. 'Fiery' Obasi   Gosh, I love movies! You don’t even wanna know how much I do, seriously. It’s almost corny how much I...
Nigerian Literature

Nigeria: Literature and the state of the restless muse in the...

Nigeria: Literature and the state of the restless muse in the 21st century by Ikhide Ikheloa This essay is really about my view on the state...
Written In The Stars

“Written In The Stars” by Clarissa Rudolph-Hastings

Written In The Stars by Clarissa Rudolph-Hastings A small child sits at home near a window, looking at the night’s countless stars in the sky, believing...
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